I love to make stuffed peppers. It’s an easy and great tasting dish to make when you have extra veggies lying around and don’t know what to do with them! Peppers are rich in vitamins A, C and K, to name a few, especially the red ones. Peppers have powerful antioxidants that prevent cancer, disease and support a healthy immune system.
I like to stuff an assortment of peppers from green to yellow, but reds are definitely my favorite! My old standby recipe is made with ground turkey, vegetables, brown rice and canned Amy’s Tomato Bisque soup (so good). I can easily change that recipe around to be even healthier, still great tasting and hopefully please the whole family! My husband went to the supermarket for me (boy, do I love when he does that) and brought home some assorted peppers that he found on sale. I made these with the vegetables I had, but you can make it with whatever you have or like. You can also add tofu or seitan, or maybe some slivered raw almonds would taste great.
That’s the best part about making stuffed peppers; anything you throw in will usually work and it’s hard to ruin this meal!